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Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn’t getting any younger. As the Jewish Supreme Court justice comes up on her 84th birthday in March, many of her fans are praying that she lives through the Trump … more
The book is large and fits comfortably on a lap. The color photographs nearly fill each page. Each image depicts real people doing everyday Jewish things — a young girl eating matzah ball soup; … more
Gaucher disease is a rare, inherited disorder that impacts approximately 10,000 people worldwide. It can cause severe and debilitating symptoms, including enlargement of the liver and spleen, bone … more
One of the New York’s finest assisted living facilities is opening a sister location in Brooklyn, 25 minutes from the Five Towns. Boulevard ALP, a completely kosher residence established in … more
Most of the clients who visit Tanya Rosen, a Brooklyn-based nutritionist specializing in weight loss, are Orthodox Jews like herself. Nutrition By Tanya operates five branches — in Monsey, … more
A state-of-the-art Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is set to open in late 2019 on the southwest lawn of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum site in Uniondale.  The hospital purchased … more
A third of workers who have the flu still report to work, according to a new public health survey of New York metro area residents commissioned by South Nassau Communities Hospital. Men 50 and … more
In a bite-sized tome, local author Gloria Davidson joins with Hope Stanger to map a to weight loss, where the power of positive speaking plays a big role. This book, “Weigh Your Words and … more
It is the “the witching hour,” around 4:30 pm, when darkness descends swiftly on the streets of New York, and exhausted children and their parents tend to quarrel. But my son Joel, now … more
For the first time since her son, Aryeh Natan Glassman, died of a heroin overdose in May, Rebecca Glassman delivered her message that the Orthodox Jewish … more
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